EMA Launches Spot the Differences Contest


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EMA Design Automation® (www.ema-eda.com), a full-service provider and innovator of Electronic Design Automation (EDA) solutions, is launching a Spot the Differences Contest in Honor of National Engineer’s Week.

This contest highlights some of the challenges associated with team collaboration including identifying and communicating changes between design revisions. The design compare functionality available in OrCAD for Teams automatically identifies and reports changes made between schematic revisions, saving engineers vital design time.

To enter, participants must find and identify 10 differences between two schematics for a chance to will $100.00 Amazon gift card.  The contest will be available for submissions until February 28, 2022, with winners announced on March 1, 2022.

For more information on the contest visit www.ema-eda.com/2022-spot-the-differences.

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